Fred Hutch researchers are developing new technologies, advancing our understanding of immune cell biology and translating new findings into lifesaving treatments.
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Vice President Joe Biden talks to Drs. Riddell and Greenberg during a tour at the Fred Hutch while here for the Cancer Moonshot listening tour.
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We are learning how immune cells respond to disease and how to safely enhance immunity to better control, cure and potentially prevent malignancies and other serious conditions.
Fred Hutch researchers continue developing ways to make immunity-boosting therapies even more effective. They are showing these treatments can induce remissions for patients with advanced tumors and are likely to have broad utility across many cancers.
Fred Hutch researchers are showing how normal immune cell responses are controlled and how to use immune cells to produce stable remissions for many patients whose cancers cannot be controlled by standard therapies.